Too Much TV: Your TV Talking Points For Wednesday, December 23rd, 2020

Post by: Rick Ellis 23 December, 2020

Here's everything you need to know about the world of television for Wednesday, December 23rd, 2020. I'm writing this from the Twin Cities suburbs, where AllYourScreens HQ is powered by the thought of the foot or so of snow we're getting today here in the Twin Cities

The industry is wrapping up for the holidays and this newsletter is taking a break (almost) until Monday, January 4th. I'll be sending out a newsletter this coming Monday (the 28th) with links to some end-of-year pieces that will be going up between now and then as well as some programming highlights for the week ahead. But unless some crazy media news story breaks over the holidays, the newsletter won't return until the following Monday. As an FYI, that newsletter on the 4th will be out earlier in the morning, because that is the day Discovery+ launches and I'll have extensive coverage of the launch. Including reviews of at least a dozen Discovery+ titles.

I also wanted to thank all of you for the support in 2020. The newsletter has gone from 0 to about 15,000 subscribers in less than a year and I have virtually met some incredible people along the way. I have enjoyed the interactions and have learned a great deal from the conversations.

There are some new things coming in 2021 for both the newsletter and the web site. The newsletter will remain free, but I will be adding a couple of classified ads to the bottom. And I will also be releasing an e-book that builds out some of the themes I've discussed here.

Once again, a sincere thanks to all of you for your support and feedback. May you and yours be safe. And may you have as wonderful a holiday as you can have under the circumstances.

This newsletter is called "Too Much TV" because....well, it's hard to keep track of all the new television premiering everyday. To help you prioritize your viewing, click here to see our list of more than 400 upcoming television premieres, movies and finales. You'll find listings from more than 70 networks, as well as streaming services and web shows.

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I'll be back with another one on Monday, January 4th. If you have any feedback, send it along to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and follow me on Twitter @aysrick.

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